Can We Really Trust the Bible?

We have just spent four chapters explaining the Bible contains no errors and contradictions. They are simply Bible difficulties. In the next few chapters, we will cover some of the accusations by today’s Bible critics. In chapter 17, we will cover whether science has invalidated the Bible, demonstrating it is unscientific. One of the long-held... Continue Reading →

The Seriously Flawed Feminist Criticism of the Bible Harmonizes So Well with Today’s Secular Way of Thinking

Introduction Emerging in the academic literature in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, feminist theology has captivated the interests of men and women involved in theological studies over the last several decades due, in part, to the widespread acceptance that the biblical text is nothing more than a tool of oppression used to oppress women systematically.... Continue Reading →

Was the Apostle Peter In Rome?

The Catholic Encyclopedia maintains that Peter was in Rome, saying, “St. Peter’s residence and death in Rome are established beyond contention as historical facts by a series of distinct testimonies extending from the end of the first to the end of the second centuries.”[1] Similarly, the New Catholic Encyclopedia observes, “It is quite certain that Peter... Continue Reading →

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